Five great posts for all HR professionals to read

As I occasionally do, today I am bringing to you five great posts that I think are important for you to read. I am certain you will learn something. First up is a great post from my friend Jon Hyman. In his post Let’s all try to remember to have gender-neutral employment policies Jon reminds us …

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Not enough money spent in HR teaching the rules

I read a lot of articles and newsletters from law firms and the government looking for topics for this blog. They are not hard to find.  Here is a list from the EEOC: ABL Management to Pay $35,000 to Settle Retaliation Lawsuit with EEOC Desco Industries Will Pay $45,000 to Settle EEOC Retaliation Lawsuit Country …

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3 HR-Approved Gifts to Give Expectant Employees

Today’s post is brought to you by SocialMonsters.org Forty-seven percent of working women are afraid to tell their boss they’re pregnant, according to a poll by Care.com. The poll didn’t reveal men’s workplace anxiety about becoming fathers, but there are plenty of reasons why expectant parents of both genders might be stressed — including fears …

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Why being accommodating is important, whether you have to or not.

The definition of accommodation is varied. According to my online dictionary it means: The act of accommodating; the state or process of being accommodated; adaptation. Adjustment of differences; reconciliation. A process of mutual adaptation between persons or social groups, usu. achieved by eliminating or reducing hostility. Anything that supplies a need, want, convenience, etc. From …

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